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King seen in public for first time since cancer diagnosis after Harry reunion – as he is believed to have been flown to Sandringham





The King has been seen in public for the first time since his cancer diagnosis as he left Clarence House for West Norfolk the day after starting his treatment.

Charles and the Queen were driven away from their London residence to Buckingham Palace, where they were believed to have been flown to Sandringham.

The Duke of Sussex is said to have been reunited with the King after Harry made a transatlantic dash to be with Charles following his cancer diagnosis.

Camilla and Charles were seen leaving Clarence House. Picture: Victoria Jones/PA
Camilla and Charles were seen leaving Clarence House. Picture: Victoria Jones/PA

Harry arrived in London from California on Tuesday afternoon less than 24 hours after the shock news was announced to the nation by Buckingham Palace.

The King, 75, who began treatment for the disease on Monday, has postponed all public-facing duties, but is continuing with behind-the-scenes work on his red boxes of state papers.



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